Tsukihoshi Children's Footwear Partners With Autism Speaks
Tsukihoshi Children's Footwear, Autism Speaks
Tsukihoshi announced its support of Autism Speaks, the world's leading autism science and advocacy organization, in its commitment to fund research that will help uncover the causes of, develop effective treatments for and ultimately find a cure for autism. With a strong history dating back to 1873, Tsukihoshi is the leading manufacturer and distributor of children's footwear in Japan. The brand joins Autism Speaks as a proud sponsor in the U.S. featuring its new Child 21 (KAZ) style during the 2013 calendar year.
"Our Child 21 style has a unique puzzle piece sole which we wanted to utilize in a way to help solve the puzzle of autism," said Tsukihoshi representative Matt Butlett , "As a company committed to children, Tsukihoshi is proud to be a sponsor of Autism Speaks."
The Child 21 MSRP is $57.00 and will be available next month at Nordstrom.com, Zappos.com, and specialty children's shoe stores across the country.
Established in 1873, Tsukihoshi is one of Japan's oldest footwear companies. For more than twenty years, the company has worked closely with orthopedic specialists and pediatricians to perfect the design of its shoes and promote the healthy development of children's feet. In the United States Tsukihoshi Children's Footwear can be found in higher-end independent children's shoe stores as well as Nordstrom, Amazon.com, Zappos.com, Piperlime.com and Shoes.com. For more information please visit www.tsukihoshi.com.